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Stainless steel provides a sleek, durable, and contemporary finish for kitchen sinks, appliances, and other surfaces. Despite its name, stainless steel, this material can stain or smudge. It also requires proper care to avoid scratches.
You should find stainless steel easy to clean, but it’s essential to use safe cleaning products and avoid abrasive chemicals. That caution doesn’t mean you must buy a special stainless steel cleaner. You probably already have the best DIY stainless steel cleaners around the house.
Most of you already have a spray lubricant like WD-40 stored under the sink or in your garage. You probably think of it as a solution to fix sticky doors and squeaky hinges. This lubricant also makes an excellent stainless steel cleaner. To get started:
Even better, the lubricant will help protect the surfaces to keep oils and other contaminants from dulling the finish in the future. That benefit means that you won’t need to clean as often in the future. If you’re sensitive to the regular product’s smell, you can try low-odor WD-40.
Vinegar can clean, deodorize, and sanitize stainless steel. Used correctly, it won’t harm your surfaces, and it’s safe to use around pets and children. Also, vinegar’s pungent odor typically evaporates within a few minutes. After all, besides using vinegar as a DIY cleaning product, you probably use it as an ingredient in salad dressing and other recipes.
To use vinegar to clean stainless steel:
You can rely on safe, household products like WD-40 and white vinegar to keep your stainless steel surfaces looking shiny and new. If your appliances give you any other problems, rely on Sarah’s Appliance Repair for prompt repairs.
Call us at 505-835-1927 or text us at 505-388-0900 for solutions to your household appliance problems.